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Indian Rocks Christian 37, Shorecrest 0

LARGO —Indian Rocks Christian scored on its first play from scrimmage, on a 51-yard pass from senior quarterback Blake Farver to senior wide receiver Tyler Ostheim, and never looked back. Farver continued to lead the Golden Eagles' passing attack, with 302 total yards and four more touchdowns. He received a lot of help from Ostheim, who had five receptions for 141 yards and four of the five touchdowns scored. Tyler Gattuso chipped in three receptions for 108 yards and one touchdown of 87 yards.

The Chargers were playing without senior starting quarterback Hunter Tremaine. No reason was given for his absence.

"This is almost exactly what we were looking for. We executed well on offense, shut them out on defense and had no injuries going into a big district game next week vs. CCC," said IRC coach Mark Buchanan.

Lauren Burg, Times correspondent

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